UPSC IRMS Exam Pattern 2023 | Check Indian Railway Management Service Examination (IRMSE) New Exam Pattern


Indian Railway Management Service (IRMS) has made an announcement related to UPSC IRMSE Exam Pattern. As per Indian Railway Management Service Examination (IRMSE) New Exam Pattern recruitment will be done through a specially designed examination (IRMS Examination) to be conducted by the UPSC from the year 2023 onwards.

The IRMSE will be a two-tier examination - a Preliminary Screening Examination, followed by a Main Written Examination and Interview. For screening a suitable number of candidates for the 2nd stage of the Examination, viz, IRMS (Main) Written Examination, all eligible candidates shall be required to appear in Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination and a suitable number of candidates will be screened for IRMS (Main) Examination.

The IRMS (Main) Examination will consist of 4 papers of conventional essay type in the subjects set out below:

1. Qualifying Papers:
  • Paper A- One of the Indian Languages to be selected by the candidate from the Languages included in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution. (300 marks)
  • Paper B - English (300 marks)
2. Papers to be counted for merit:  
  • Optional Subject ‐ Paper 1 – 250 marks
  • Optional Subject ‐ Paper 2 – 250 marks
3. Personality Test:
  • Personality Test -100 marks
Note:
1. List of optional subjects from which a candidate is to choose only one optional subject
  • Civil Engineering,
  • Mechanical Engineering,
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Commerce and Accountancy.
2. The syllabi for the aforesaid qualifying papers and optional subjects will be same as those for the Civil Services Examination (CSE). 

3. The common candidates of Civil Services (Main) Examination and IRMS (Main) Examination may opt for any of the aforesaid optional subjects for both these examinations or choose separate optional subjects for these Examinations (one for the CSE (Main) and one for the IRMSE (Main) as per the schemes of these two examinations).

4. The language medium and scripts for the qualifying papers and optional subjects (for question papers and writing answers) will be same as those for the CSE (Main) Examination.

5. The age limits and number of attempts for various categories will be same as those for the CSE.

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